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By Pete Moore On September 6th, 2019 at 7:28 pm

Chester Williams, who won the Rugby World Cup for South Africa in 1995, has died aged 49.

That’s now five players who played in the final who have died: Jona Lomu of New Zealand and Williams, Joost van der Westhuizen, James Small & Ruben Kruger of South Africa.

That was only 1995.

(Just seen that FewsOrange has posted this news downstairs also.)


By Pete Moore On September 6th, 2019 at 7:04 pm

The unconstitutional, illegal and immoral acts of this criminal parliament are now piled so high that the government must take off the gloves and stop being so British. Parliament has obligated – legally obligated – the Prime Minister to write to the EU requesting yet another extension, this time to 31st January. The Prime Minister has said he will not do this. This is what he should do.

He should write and send that letter. He should write it and send it exactly as Parliament requires.

And he should include his own letter. This will explain that he is only sending the other letter because of a criminal Parliament and that he disavows every word. It will also say that the UK will use every minute of every day stuffing the EU from within, while we remain under its yoke. Every British official will block and curtail everything the EU attempts. Nothing which requires a British “yes” will be approved. Not even a stationary requisition. So the EU can extend our membership on those terms. Or it can decline to extend and get on with its business.

Then it should offer the SNP and Plaid Commie MPs independence referendums if they vote to approve a General Election on 15th October and if the UK leave leaves the EU by the 31st.

This parliament has proven itself to be the most dishonest and deceptive of institutions, one which recognises no decency and no convention, but only power.

So it must be No more Mr Nice Guy. The PM must learn to fight dirty.


By Pete Moore On September 6th, 2019 at 6:30 pm

The world is down one tyrannical, mega-millionaire progressive leftist.


Real Football Begins Sunday

By Patrick Van Roy On September 6th, 2019 at 5:18 pm

September 5, 1972

By Patrick Van Roy On September 6th, 2019 at 2:26 am

Munich’s Olympic Games are plunged into panic after Palestinian terrorists storm the Olympic Village rooms housing Israeli athletes and staff, killing two, and taking dozens hostage. A rescue attempt by German authorities at the Munich airport will be botched, resulting in the deaths of nine Israelis, five terrorists, and a West German police officer.


By Pete Moore On September 5th, 2019 at 10:06 pm


Former Conservative Prime Minister Sir John Major tell the CBI tonight he cannot believe any previous PM – from Pitt, to Disraeli, to Churchill, to Thatcher – would have contemplated proroguing Parliament.

John Major has been resurrected by Brexit. Widely mocked in his day and forgotten the moment he gave Tony Blair a landslide, the press has done a makeover and now present him as a not inconsiderable statesman.

Yes, that John Major, who prorogued Parliament to stop it from questioning his corrupt MPs, many of whom were trousering money to ask questions in the Commons.


By Pete Moore On September 5th, 2019 at 7:19 pm

Rees-Mogg is right, of course. The sovereignty of the people is only loaned to Parliament for the purposes of doing our will. This is not the Middle Ages. The people are the masters, not a superior caste of overlords who may annul our voices.

Eh Comrades?


By Pete Moore On September 5th, 2019 at 7:04 pm

Mark Carney let slip this pearler while everyone’s looking elsewhere –

The bad news is all Carney’s, who has never been right about anything. Of course their prediction were wrong. They are always wrong.

F the French…….

By Patrick Van Roy On September 5th, 2019 at 12:04 am

PARIS/DUBAI (Reuters) – France has proposed offering Iran about $15 billion in credit lines until year-end if Tehran comes fully back into compliance with its 2015 nuclear deal, a move that hinges on Washington not blocking it, Western and Iranian sources said.

as we laugh at the frogs we made this announcement…….

U.S. announces new Iran sanctions, offers $15 million reward for information on illegal arms shipping network and this is Trumps quote….

“I very much appreciate President Macron’s involvement but we’re not dealing through President Macron. We’re dealing with people directly,” Trump said. “They said until we do certain other things, like drop sanctions, and that’s not happening, that won’t be happening.”

So France can do their surrender monkey dance taking it’s customary role as the servient supporter of loons in search of Zeolite Purity…. the Vichy just can’t help themselves….

No thanks Macron, but we do appreciate the laugh.


By Pete Moore On September 4th, 2019 at 7:47 pm

I know that Leavers are unreasonable, thinking that we could ever be a sovereign, independent and self-governing country, just like most of the world. What got into our minds?

Let’s allow our betters to decide instead. We, the people, ought to know our place. Isn’t that so, Comrades? Richard Burgon is the Shadow Lord Chancellor and an architect of Labour’s policy with regards to the EU. He’s just the kind of intellectual giant we can safely entrust with stewardship of the country. This is what Labour would do. Give it a watch –

Yep, you heard that right.

Labour would win a General Election on a platform to remain in the EU. Then it would negotiate a leave deal with the EU. Then it would campaign against that leave deal in yet another referendum.

Apparently these are the grown ups.